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SHENANDOAH. PA.. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14. 1S91.
Son, Deal "With. Men "Who Advertise. Ton will Never Lose by It."-Benjamin Franklin
The Evening Herald.
AIiL T11E NEWS FOB ONE CENT.
IIh a larger circulation In Shenandoah than
any other paper pubiunca. uircu-
latlon books open to au.
AtakS, citizens of Shenandoah.
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When the crops of our country are
wtlrnsted to be worth $700,000,000
moro thla year than last, It proves one
of two things, viz: Either that last
year's crop was not nearly an average,
or that thla yepr'a Is beyond all com
parison the greatest on record. Last
year's crops, though not equal to thoao
of 1891, were far from being failures,
hence we assume that 1891 takes the
cake In all that relates to the general
products of our farms and orchards.
.And if such be thecasonow, what will
'it bo in the near future when the
( constantly Immense Increasing acreage
taken Into consideration ? There
'k ,ri 1
hundreds of millions of acres of
- V Mil
uctlve soil awaiting the opportun
ity to contribute their share towards
tho colossal cereal surplusage. When
they do, the question will then be,
wbat shall wo do with it?
Look at Tneso Bargains.
J. Coffeo, having Just returned from
Now York City with an entirely now stock
of boots and shoe, Is now prepared to of
for tho citizens of Shenandoah grealor
bargains in this line than over bofore. Ho
is offering theso goods at such low prices
that competitors cannot compote with.
Bring your boys and girls And get a pair
of double-soled tip shoes at CO cents, worth
elsewhoro f 1.00. Ho is tolling mon's double-
soled leather boots for (1.75, and the best
rubber boots for 2.21, Itomombor that
the place to secure these bargains is at
Coffee's Bargain Store, post office building,
corner Main and Oak streets. ll-5-9t
A grand supper for the benefit of tho
Trinity Reformed church will bo hold in
Bobbins' opera house on "Wednesday even
ing, Nov. 18th.
sale cheap at Max Reese's. 10-24-tf
CENTS PER YABD FOR
a good home-in&do rug carpot
It Is one of those xira heavy
carpets, made of tho beat yam
and clean rags. Finest lino of Velvet
Btus-fel and Ingrain Carpets in Shen
C. D. FHICKE'S CARPET STORE.
WE CLAIM THAT THERE ARE
NO BETTER GOODS !
Choice Creamery Butter
Jmnoy Bloater Mackerel,
Maclterel White and JTat.
from dirt and sterna. Best
materials, line Table
New Orleans Halting Molasses. Chipped Beef.
Another lot ot MITEItSIJDE BUCKWHEAT FLOUR
and OLD TIME GRAUAM FLOUU-Fresh Ground,
Also another car of Best Batent MINNESOTA FLOUR,
Equal to anything in the
"NOKTHWKSTEKN DAISY" made of IlUmiesota
Wheat gives satisfaction, liaises -well.
Oil Cloths arc eelllng freely. Nice pntlcriis.
prices. Two yards wide from 50 cents up.
Throo Moro Acknowledgements.
To the OQiccrt of the Uome Friendly So
Received, through Superintendent and
Aeont Fredric Acomloy. tho full amount
of desth claim upon ray beloved husband,
Washington Huntxingor, for which I re
turn my sincers thanks. It practically II
luitratea the benefit of insurance societies
that pay death bonellts to promptly.
W. Lloyd St., Shenandoah, Nov. 12, '91
To the OJJtcefe of the Momi Friendly So
ciety: My thanks srejdue to tho officers of the
Home Friendly Society of Baltlmnre, AM.,
for the quick manner in which my claim
was paid through your Assistant Superin
tendent James Duffy, and Agont Jamos
E. Whalen, upon the death of my beloved
mother, Margaret Gallon. I now testify,
of my own knowledge, to the fact and
recommend your cempany to my friends.
Jackson's Patch, Nov. 12, 1891.
To the Officert of the Home Friendly So-
Ghmtlkmm: I hereby return my
sincero thanks for the promptnoai with
which I received through your assistant
Superintendent James M. Duffy, and
Agonl.James Patterson, In full this day,
two hundred and ten dollars ($210) duo on
the death of my beloved husband, Daniel
Hartnot. I can cheorfully recommend the
said society for their promptness and
Mas. Mart XIabtnist
"West Centra St., Shensndoab, Nov. 13.
Rev. Jamoa Won.
Tho following communication to
editor ot the IIjcuald explains ilsolf :
"Dkab Sir.: 1 won the epic poora on
General Qoorgo II. Thomas at tho "Eis
teddfod 01 the South," bold in Chattanooga,
Tonn., two weoKS ago. it was the pnnci
Dal Dries, offorod in America thU yoar.
Tho money was like our northern money.
but tho chair is suporior. Coma down to
sit in it If you will sit, sleep and dream
in it. vou will awake a Doet. so that tou
may win the $600 at Chicago. I will koop
enough of tho prize to buy a turkey for
Thanksgiving Day. "Will, you join to eat
iir "x ours etc.
"II. G. Jauis."
"Sho Couldn't Marry Throo."
Ono of the greatest successes on tho road
will play an engagement hero shortly. It
is ono of tho most coio.'sal theatrical outer
prisos over sont from Now York. During
tho past summer over twonty men, scene
paintors, machinists, upholsterers, carpen
tors, etc., have been constantly at work
building tho most stupendous sconcry and
effects. It can be best appreciated from
the fact thai not one piece of the local
scenery is used in tlio production.
The stage is stripped baro on .the com
pany's arrival in town, as every piece of
scenory for the entire p'ay is special, and
from the accounts which procede tho com
pany, some of tho scenic effects aro simply
Buy Keystone flour. J3o careful that the
name Lkssio & Co., Ashland, Pa.,
orinled on evorv sack. 3-3-3taw
Ircsh every other day-
Large and Fine. New No. 1
New Clean Currants Irce
Mince Meat made oj best
Syrup strictly, pure goods
GLEANINGS BT THE LOCAL
CORPS Off REPORTERS.
WHAT TUB SCRIBES -SEE AND HEAR
Whoro Thoao Who Aro So DIb-
posod May Attend DWIno
Worship To-morrow Othor
English Baptist church, South Jardln
street, ltov. H. G, James, pastor. Preach
ing at 10:30 a. m. and 6:30 p. m. Subject
for morning : Moses, a Typo of Christ.
Evening subject i Moses, Ellaa andChriit
Jesus. Sabbath school at 2 p. m
Deacon John Bunn, superintendent. On
Monday evening at 7:30 the B. Y. P.
Union will meet. On Wednesday evening
nt 7 o'clock n general prayer meeting.
M. E, church, Rev. Wm.Powick, psstor.
Services to-morrow at 10:30 a. m. and 0:20
m. Morning subject: "Glorifying
Christ and being Glorified by Him." Even
ing subject: "Treasure In Heaven"
Sunday school at 2 p. ra., to bo followed by
tho devotional meeting of tho Epworth
League. Prayer meeting at 0 p. m. and
on Thursday ovoning at 7:30. All aro in
vited. Seats free.
All Saints' Episcopal church, Oak street,
near Main, Rov. Floyd E. West, rector,
Services as follows: Morning prayer and
litany with reading and sermon, 10:30.
K voning prayer and sormon, 0:30. Sunday
school at 2 p. ra. Thofbctor officiates and
preaches at the morning servico on the
socond and fourth Sundays of each month
and at the ovoning service on the first and
third, a lay reader officiating in his absence.
P. M. church, corner of Jardln and Oak
streets. Services Sunday at 10:30 a. m.
ana b:w p. ra. Sabbath school at . p. m.
Young Peoples' Christian Endeavor at
p. m. evory Sabbath. Classes moet Tuos-
day and "Wednesday evonings at 7 o'clock
and Sunday at 9:30 a. m. General prayer
meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. ni. H. G,
Trinity Reformed church. No services
In the morning. Preaching in. the evening
by Rov. O' B,)y!e, tho pator.
Presbyterian church. Preaching in tho
morning by Rev. O'Boyle, pastor of the
Trinity Roformed church, Christian fin
deavor exercises in the ovoning.
Welsh Baptist church, cornr West and
Oak streets. Rev. D. I. Evans, pastor.
Services Sunday at 10 a. m. in Wolsh
and 6 p. m. in English. Sunday school at
2 p. m. Prayer meeting on Monday even
ing, at 7 o'clock. Clas3 meeting on Thurs
day evening, at 7 o'clock.
Evangelical church. Morning services
at 10 a. m. Evening services at G:S0 p. m,
Sunday school at 1:30 p. m. Rov. D. A.
Medlar, Presiding Elder of tho Pottsville
dUtrict, will preach and have communion.
Tho pastor. Rev. H. J. Glick, will go to
Scbuylkill Haven 10 hold quarterly meet
ing In St. Peter's Evangelical church.
It Should be In Every Houso.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharpiburg,
Pa., fays he will not bo without Dr. King's
'Now Discovory for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds, that it cured his wife who was
threatened with Pneumonia after an at
tack of "La Grippe," when various other
remedies and several physicians had dono
her no good. Robert Barbr, of Cooks
port, Pa., claims Dr. King's New Dis
covory has done him moro good than any
thing be ever used for Lung Trouble.
Nothing like it. Try it. Free trial bottles
at C. H. Hagenbuch's Drug Storo. Large
bottles, COc. and 81.
Ono "Wools Engagement.
"Laughter holding its both sides" will bo
practically illustrated at Ferguson's thoatre,
Monday, Nov. 16:h, and continue through
out the week. The occasion being tho first
appearance in this town of the Baldwin
Melville company in a ropertoire of the
latest comedy and dramatic succosses.
They open their ongagement with Bartley
Carapboll's picturesque comedy ontltlod
"Galley Siavo." Thoro will bo an entire
change of programme each performance
during the week, with raatlnoo Saturday.
The entire company has been solocted with
tho utmost rogard to the individual
adaptability of the artiste for tho parts
portrayed and constitutes a cotorio of talent
seldom seen with a popular priced attrac
tion and fully up to the standard of any
company oyer seen undor Walter 8.
Baldwin's management. Ladles froo Mon
day night if accompanied by a person with
a paid ticket. Admission 10, 20 and 30
cents. Seats now on sale at Klrlin's drug
Buoklen'a Arnica Salvo.
The Best Salvo in tho world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Foyer
Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains
Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and posi
tively cures Piles, or no payment roquirod.
It is guarantood to give perfoct satisfaction,
or money refundod. Prico 25 cents por
boi. For sale by O. II, Ilagenbuch.
Try It, for It never disappoints. Dr. Hull's
CoujzhUyrup. At all dealers, trice 25 cents a
Four tintypes for 25 conts, at Dabb's. tf
A THEATRICAL VENTURE.
Tho "Honeat HuW Btook Com
A meeting of U "Hoiiort Bubo" stoci
holders was held in Ferguson's ball ltt
evening and a permanent organization
effected. The 1 following officers were
tlaated : Prtsfdeat, P. D. llolman ; Secre
tary, J. R. Boyer ; Traurr, James 3.
Williams, Tha following commitl) on
soliciting Mid collodion wm appoint!:
Jonathan Bulls, Xietuel Gibbons and
James B&mig. The committee h Veen
instructed to collect tea per cent, on all
stock subscribed. Tho capital stock of the
company is Hied at $10 perihar. B-
lwoQ two and three hundred shares wilt bs
bsuod.. The next meeting will be hold on
Friday evening, November 27th.
Stationary pockagoa, 5 and 10 cents oacb,
at Max Reese's. tf
Tho Ooronor'o Jury.
Editor Hikald : During my exper
ienco in tho coal fields of Pennsylvania
for forty years I have asked mysolf tho
question : Of what benefit is a coroner's
jury, oither to the living, or tho dead? 1
desire to call your attention especially to
tho mining class, taking into consideration
the thousands of men and boys who are
engaged in tho perilous vocation and, ac
cording to the statistics, hundreds of poor
mortals aro burled into eternity annually,
anu me numberless accidents that occur
every day. But, alas I no remedy is sug
geslod by our mine inspectors to decrease
the awful record of disasters which wo
are called upon to witness, and for which
somo ono is respnnsraio, eitnor the em
ployer or tho employe. A largo porcentsge
of casualties are reportod by tho mino in1
speclors' reports and the coroners' juries as
tho result of rrosa neelleenco. vet no
remedy is offerod by tho proper parties, if
there be any. No attention is paid to the
samo Vy either parly. If the Jury returns
a verdict, "Wo find the said A. B. came to
his death by neglecting to oboy orders" no
attention is paid to tho verdict. The next
day a similar accident occurs and the same
verdict is rendered. I can recall scores of
instances where casualties have occurred
throush grojs neglect, yet a coroner's jury
railed to nx toe blame on tho proper par
ties. It in a j ho truo that some jurors havo
done their duty1 in fixing the blamo and
have had the manhood to consuro the
prcpor parties. Lot me ask your many
readers : Of what benefit has it been to the
unfortunates who have to risk their lives
the next day in diwine "dusl.y diamond.?1
I propose to point out a few moro evils per
laming to mis question, ana oiler eomo
suggestions as a remedy, in your next.
Am Old Mixer,
Shenandoah, Pa., Nov. 14, lbOl.
Coughing Loads to Conaumption,
lu-mp s unisam will stop the cough at
"Mrs. T. H. VanDusen, of North Jardin
street, is confined to her bed by Illness.
Charley Price, of Delano, one of th
popular engineers on the Lehigh Valley
railroad, is visiting his brother in the oil
Mrs. H. E, Bowman, who was attacked
by severe hemorrhages of the lungs, has so
far improved that she Is able to be about
Insurance agont James Patterson spent
yeotcrday In Frackville on business.
This evening will positively bo your lut
opportunity to boo Vortolli's Museum of
Wonders. Theatre block.
Charles Roller, of Anbland, who escaped
from Deputy Sheriff Martin Ziegler Wed'
nesday afternoon, while boing conducted
from the court house to jail, at Pottsville,
was captured yesterday at Ringtown by
Constable Peter Dresber. Ho is now in
the rottsville jail, with six months added
to bis sentence of one yoar for escaping.
Charles Buichill is now located at corner
of Main and Coal streets, Shenandoah
Regular meals, at popular prices, served
any time. Ladles' dining and refreshment
rooms attach ed. 9-M.tf
Some unknown man has been making
practice of late of prowling nbout tho rear
porches of houses on Uuckloberry alley
during, the early hours of the mornings,
One of the residents of that vicinity gives
notice that the Intruder will be filled with
buckshot if ho..doea,;not discontinue bis
Hotol For Bont.
The hotel property at Lakeside Park
(East Mahanoy Junction) for the year 1892.
No ono but an oxperiencod hotel man neod
apply. For particulars, etc, apply to O,
A. Keim, Shenandoah, Pa. 11-10-tf
A Fine Capture.
MoAvoy, tho taxldermUt of town, is
etufling and mounting a silver gray fox
shot on Locust Summit mountain last
Thursday by Chris. Dreihman, of Ashland
Tho fox weighed 85 pounds and measured
43 Inches from tip to tip.
A fine stock of guns and amunltlon for
tale cheap at Max Reese's. 10-21-tf
THE RAMBLER !
. COLUMN OF PITHY AWD
GLEANINGS WHILE RAMBLING,
. Sirinjr of Sploy and Interesting
Paragraphs Booed Upon the
Doings of the Day- Queer
People and HappenlB0O.
The local division of tho Lehigh Vallay
railr ad has lost one of the most reliable
and competent men on the branch. John
Brill, who h&4 been engineer of pamengftr
engine No. 413, and who is a brother of
George Brill, assistant superintendent of
the Mahanoy branch of the L V. R. R
to-dav gavo up his position. He has
bought a farm at Barnesvllle and on Moa
day noxt he will move his family to that
place. It is his inlontion to embark in the,
butcher business. Mr. Brill was at one
time a popular engineer on tho P. & 1
R. R having run the "fast flyor" on that
road betweon Wllliamsport and Philadel
phia for somo time.
The sportsmen of this vicinity are ox'
ceedingly glum over tho attitude the far
mors oi Roaring Creek haio taken ttii?
year. It is said that the farmers hav
formed a league for the purpose of keeping
sportingmen at a distance and the work ot
the league has developed to an extent that
makes the life of tho sport anything but
ploaaant. Frank Schmidt says he hasbecii
one of tbo most fortunato of the gunners
thus far this season. Ho. spent the fore
part of the present week as the guest of a
farmer and was allowed to thnot at will,
but he got nothing. Perhaps tho farmer
knew thore was nothing on tho place be
fore he gave the carte-blanche. Sumo far
mers are shrewd.
Drummers &nd others who have occasion
to travel by railroads should not tail to
ctrlully scan the Lehigh Valley, Penn
sylvania and Philadelphia and Reading
timo tables. The winter schedules go into
Thero are several very bad pavements on
Coal street and it is hoped the borough
officials will give them their attention.
This 13 the season of theyear when borough
officials, according to past experience, need
a litlla prodding. The spring election is
less than thrte months distant.
'Will you have some chestnuts 7" asked
a drummer of a friend in the Ferguson
Homo last night. "No, thanks: 1 am
reading the S'newa," was the polite but
Senator B J. Monaghan is furnishing
his home elaborately and when he com
piotts tho work ho will havo ono of the
most cosy homes in the town.
Wilkes-Barre is inlerestod over the case
of a man named Sleyens. Tho man was
charged with simple aisault and battery
and a.kod to bo tried before a juslioe and a
jury of six men, under the act of 1801
Before tho case came up he was cbarired
with aggravated assault and battery, which
threw the case from tho justice into court,
butthograud jury only found a bill for
the first charge. Stevens' attorney has
now moved to quash tho whole proceeding.
charging that the changing of tho chargo
was jugglery. Wilkos-Barro should not
get excited over littlo affairs of that kind.
A man recently pleaded guilty to a charge
of larcony beforo a justice of the peace in
town, but upon standing trial before a jury
at Pottsville ho was found not guilty.
I heard a young man remark the other
day, "If I thought tho electric railroad
would be built I would apply for a pooltion
on it; but I wouldn't liko to apply and
then not havo the road go through." Per
haps a written guarantee from the company
that the road will be built would satisfy
this Important young man. But, upon
second thought, perhaps it would be well
for him to wait until the road is built and
In operation, and see If it can get along
without his services.
I Tills Door la f.oelied. I
!Go to the Ladlee' Waiting Room. !
Painters aro working in the gentlemen's
waiting room of the Lehigh Valley depot
and tbo abovo notloe is tacked on the outer
door. It Is both surprising and amusing
to see the number of peoplo who will walk
up to the door, read the notico and then
try to get in. A drummor who wont
through the performance yesterday turned
to the smiling bystanders and remarked ,
"Can't help it. It's human nature."
A Kind Friend.
Ij what they cull lht Famous Ilemedy, lied
KlftJ fill. ft. nnlnklv fiiiu. Ill,.uta..l.u.
NeuruUia, Cut. DrulMW, Hums, More aud all
'""'.v. "iw i' r man or neasi. aooeuu.
At Klrllu'H drugstore. v
Revival services aro being bold in tbo
Evangelical church and aro well attended,
THE BLrKTTKIO RAILWAY.
The Track Laying to Begin on
Mr. Bborlt, suirinttndent of construc
tion for the Mahanoy City, Shenandoah,
Girfdv,i1 and Ashland Street Railway
Company, nHurned from Philadelphia laet
oUbt. Ia convn4ioa with a IIibald
reporter In! morning Mr. Ebrl said,
All rights of way and all negotiations
with the Oiratd Ketate and P. Sc. R. R. R.
officials for parmiMion k pots over their
land and to construct IrMtlen, Ac., on them
have heu conutsrad to tha sAtisraction
of all parties. The Girard and P. A R.
people asked to be aMiired that tho electric
railway ou!d be built before they would
grant any privilege and when 1 succeeded
in convincing them on that point they
promised to award the coBiny anything
itbin reason. We will start our men
breaking ground and laying tracks on
Monday. They will begin at the Tu'key
Run switch of the P. & R. railroad and
wurk their way westward towards Wm.
Penn. They have a mile and half of rails
nd sills to start with and thu rest of tbo
supplies will arrive h fat as they aro
needed. Another car load of material ar
rived this morning and is at tho Lehigh
"Has a sight boon selected for tho power
'Not for the Aos. Tho parties who
previously bad bold of this project thought
it would be necessary to have one power
house between Wm. Penn and Glrardville
and another some place near Ellengowan,
but I have come to the conclusion that I
can furnish all the power required with ono
house, and that will be located in thu
hollow at the fork of th Girardville road
where one road turns in the direction of
Mahanoy Plans and the other comes la
I see that a Potlsvillo paper crilieizea
the railway company because it has Italian
laborers on hand ?"
So I understand. I hops the people
will be reaaonable In this matter. It is out
of rsMOii to expect our company to pay
navvies the wsges paid skilled laborers. I
have a flood of applications for work on
tha road, but ninty-nino per cent, of tbo
applicants want to be foremen. To have
all foremen on the road would never pay,
of course. We will try to aocommodata
all the men In town who want to work on
the road. In a fuw days I will be prepared
to give the public a detailed account of tho
route proposed to take, enumerating the
several changes that have been mado."
From Mrs. Henry "Ward Booohor.
"40 Orange rit., Brooklyn. N. Y., 1
Feb. 11,181)0. J
"I have used Alloock'e Plasters for somo
years for myself and family, and, as far as
able, for tho many sufferers who come to
us for assistance, and have found them a
genuine relief for most ol tho aches and
pains which flish is heir to. I have used
Allook's Platters for all kinds ol lameness
and acute pain, and, by frequent experi
ments, find that they can control many
cases not noticed in your circulars.
"The above is the only testimonial I have
ever given in favor of any plaster, and if
my name has been used to recommend any
othr it is without my authurity or sanc
tion." lw Mrs. IIknbt Wabd BvHcnKR,
Ono Yuar for Bradloy.
About two weeks ago Nicholas Welsh
was arm ted for stealing overalls from Max
Sepovich, an Hast Centre street Jewish
merchant. Daniel Bradley was found
walking the streets by Chief of Polico
Atnour, wearing a pair of the overalls and
was held on a charge of receiving stolon
goods. Welub and Bradley were tried at
Pottsville yesterday. By direction of tho
court the jury found Welsh not guilty.
Bradley was leas fortunate. He was sen
tenced to py tho cwt, f 1 fine, restoro. tho
property and serve imprisonment for ono
year. Not long ago Bradley boasted to n
reporter: "I have beon in jad eight timea
and, by I am going in oight times
more." He has been in twice since making
the boast. .
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( The high povition attained und the uni
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